November RBOB prices traded down to their lowest level since August 11th during the early morning hours. Talk of softening demand and a weak outside market tone appear to be the forces dominating trade this morning. Softening demand prospects were highlighted in a weak Midwest cash market yesterday. This week's EIA inventory data showed a larger than expected increase in US gasoline supplies of 3.295 million barrels. While this tightened the current to last year shortfall to 11.983 million barrels, inventories are 9.441 million above the five year average. Average total gasoline demand for the past four weeks was down 1.71% compared to last year. Gasoline imports came in at 692,000 barrels per day compared to 659,000 barrels the previous week.